What makes a conversation “matter”? Is it the depth of sharing? The topic? Or can you have a meaningful conversation about something as trivial as the brand of toothpaste you use?
This week’s video features a quick exercise that is especially powerful for teams that already know each other really well.
I call this method of getting to know someone a “Minute of Minutia”. (Try to say that 5 times fast.)
By the end of this weeks’ video, you’ll forever have a Quick And Unique 60 Second Icebreaker Activity in your toolbox to make meaningful connections in nearly any context.
Toward real connection—online and off,
PS – Thanks for following my journey and supporting my work by enjoying and using all of the free resources I publish. Have you had a chance to read How to Make Virtual Engagement Easy yet? If so, I’d deeply appreciate it if you took 60 seconds to leave us an Amazon review!
If you spend “one minute on this minutiae”, connect with me because I’d like to say “thanks!”
PPS – Purposeful “connection before content” can pay huge dividends in the effort toward creating a culture of healthy, productive communication. Need help convincing other people of this though? You might also love the video below where I dive into what psychological safety looks like at work.